The Defender Leadership Advantage training is not based on technical or job-based training .. says “Marcia Raab, chief marketing officer”.
So you are asking why invest over $16,000 per employee to train these people when the training is not even job related? What gives?
Well, Defender Leadership Advantage training is instead based on helping employees manage and improve their personal finances, set and achieve goals and develop overall healthy habits. Wow! Talk about upsetting the proverbial training industry cart. However upon closer inspection, what makes A++ employees? Well do you really want employees to rush from one financial catastrophe to the next? Do you want employees who are so unorganized that they require constant supervision and help? Do you want employees who are unable to take on projects and deliver clear objectives an meet milestones.
I think that is what we can learn from the innovative folks at the Defender Direct.
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June 11, 2009 | Leave a Comment
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